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SPA Design and Architecture: Understanding single-page web applications by Emmit A. Scott Jr.

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Chapter 9. Client-side task automation

This chapter covers

  • Understanding what task runners are and how they help you
  • Working with task runner tasks for development
  • Creating a client-side build process

When you develop software, you’ll often find yourself repeating certain tasks over and over throughout the development lifecycle. These tasks can include performing particular development steps for a given language, running tests, and creating builds. To assist in the automation of these tasks, many task-based automation tools (or task runners) have been created. Some, such as Make, have been around for a long time. Others, such as the one used in this chapter’s examples, are fairly recent by comparison.

Task runners come in all shapes and ...

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